Nokia’s American expansion starts on a budget with the 2V on Verizon and the 3.1 Plus for Cricket


Let’s face it, US carriers have a woefully poor phone brand portfolio compared to other countries, as you can see in the Statista chart below. Unlike many foreign carriers, they mainly offer iPhones and Galaxies, while the rest is single digits in market share, spread among LG, Motorola, ZTE, Google’s Pixel and “other” brands. The world’s second-largest phone maker is nowhere to be seen, while former stalwarts like HTC or Sony are barely hitting one percentage point, bummer.
That is why it is always exciting when a new entrant managed to pierce through on America’s …

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